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DOI: 10.25588/CSPU.2018.03.02
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L.A. Veretennikova ORCID
Academic Title of Associate Professor, Candidate of Sciences (Education), Associate Professor at the Department of Education Management, Altai State Pedagogical University, Barnaul, Russia.
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Е.V. Shamarina ORCID
Academic Title of Associate Professor, Candidate of Sciences (Philosophy), Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Culturology, Altai State Pedagogical University, Barnaul, Russia.
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Young teacher’s structural analysis of the problem space in professional activity (on the example of Altai krai)
Abstracts

Introduction.Such challenges as teaching staffaging, increasing of the number of vacant positions in regional schools, need for highly qualified teachers educated in accordance with professional standard “Teacher” actualize for pedagogical university tasks of training and supporting of young teachers ready for successfully adaptation and consolidation in educational institutions of the region. The goal of this research is to analyze the problem space of young teacher’s professional activity in order for creation of institutional and methodological unit conditions for their professional development and consolidation in the educational system of Altai Krai.

Materials and Methods.Questionnaire, interactive activities and technologies, mobile moderator platforms, long-term teaching practice, all of these factors influence the fixation of young teachers’ professional dilemmas, system of researching and organization of measures and technologies for their minimization, development of “Self-Improvement-Strategy”, organization of individual professional development pathway of teacher in the early stage of his career.

Results.The technology of the mobile moderator site was implemented on the bases of 7 educational organizations of the AltaiTerritory, which are in transport accessibility. This technology allows us to consider the problem field of a young teacher’s professional activity in the focus of the points of view of employers, the university and the youngest specialist. The technology of operational response is an effective method of solving personnel issues in the educational organizations of the region, aimed at improving the training system of the future specialist. The number of students participating in long-term pedagogical practice has increased from 26 people (2015) to 51 people (2017).

Discussion.Thesystematic analysis of young professionals’ difficulties creates conditions for the effective design of the postgraduate support system for the professional development of young teachers in the AltaiTerritory.

Conclusion.Identified professional difficulties determined areas of work of the interactive sites Forum “Young Teacher. Recipe for success”.

Keywords

Young teacher, professional difficulties, postgraduate support, employment, career-guidance, moderator platform, educational environment, professional development pathway, the Forum “Young Teacher. Recipe for Success”

Highlights
  • The key professional difficulties of young teachers have been identified;
  • An analysis of the problematic space of young teachers’ professional activity was carried out. This fact made possible to determine the theme and content of the moderator’s forum sites “Young Teacher. The Formula for Success “(2016);
  • Complex conditions of young teachers’ (organizational and scientific-methodological) professional development and consolidation in the educational system of the AltaiTerritory have been created.
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